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Manchester United will look to bounce back against Tottenham after failing to 'brighten' our moods against Brighton and Hove Albion Last week. Here's all you need to know about this clash.                         MATCH INFO Date:  27th August 2018 Kick-off: 19.00 GMT (8pm Naija time) Venue: Old Trafford Competition: English Premier League Previous EPL  clashes : Total 52; Man United Wins= 33; Tottenham wins= 8; Draws=11. Same game last season: United won 1-0 following an Anthony Martial 2nd half strike.                         Did You Know? 1. Manchester United have won 21 out of 26 Premier league games against Tottenham at Old Trafford; we won the last 4 without conceding a goal........ (We hope the 'anointing' continues to flow on Monday night) 2. Manchester United's next defeat will be their 50th in the Premier league...... (May we not mark such a 'Golden Jubilee' at  Old Trafford) 3. Romelu 'Timaya' Lukaku and

Brighton 3-2 United: 5 Matters Arising As Brighton Brushed Manchester United

After 36 long years of failing to beat Brighton Hove Albion at the Amex stadium, United made another effort and ended up with one of the most woeful performances of the José Mourinho era as they were mercilessly beaten 3-1 (sorry 3-2.....I forgot we scored in injury time). Here are five (5) matters arising from this defeat. 1. IT WAS UNITED VS BRIGHTON 'MUNICH'. It was unbelievable that United were not only beaten, but outclassed and outplayed by a team that did not have a single goal attempt/shot on target against Watford last weekend. Brighton looked fantastic, defending well and looking dangerous on the attack. United made them look like 'Brighton-Munich. ....Infact, #NaDemDeRushUs. 2. SUNDAY AWARD NITE It appears the Sunday evening clash was an award ceremony for Brighton. Glenn Murray was allowed his 1st ever goal against Manchester United, Duffy (scorer of the 2nd goal) was gifted his 1st ever Premier league goal. To add 'Pa


The team sheets are out. Check out the team José 'Uchenna' Mourinho has pick to quench BRIGHTon. Will the Red devils build on their matchday 1 win at against Leicester? We'll find out soon enough. Stay tuned to #ManUtdNaijaFM for post match analysis. GLORY GLORY MAN UNITED...OLUWA IS INVOLVED.


The Manchester United red army will once again file out to face Brighton and Hove Albion in match day 2 of the 2018/2019 Premier league season. Here's all you need to know about this upcoming clash: Photo credit:                         MATCH INFO Date:  Sunday 19th August 2018 Kick-off: 15.00 GMT (4pm Naija time) Venue: Amex Stadium Competition: English Premier League Same game last season: Ended in a 1-0 loss.                         Did You Know? 1. Romelu 'Timaya' Lukaku has scored against 17 of the current 20 Premier league teams. Brighton is one the the three teams he is yet to score a league goal against ...... ('Oga' Lukaku, show them who you are!!) 2. The last time Manchester United won an away game at Brighton was in April 1982 (36 years ago!!).........Over 16 years before Rashford was born!! 3. Brighton's Glenn Murray has played the highest number of minutes for Brighton but ha

United 2-1 Leicester: 5 Things We Learnt From The 'Opening Ceremony'

United opened the 2018/2019 Premier league season ''TGIF" clash with Leicester City at Old Trafford. It ended on a beautiful note as 2 goals from Paul Pogba and Luke Shaw gave United a 2-1 victory. Here are 5 things ManUtdNaijaFM learnt from this clash: 1. THE WORLD CUP CONTINUED For our 'swaggerlicious' midfielder and world cup winner Paul 'Ikenna' Pogba, it was indeed a continuation of Russia 2018. He picked up right from where he stopped at Moscow. He opened the goal account for United with a well taken penalty, beating the 'professor of penalty saves' Kasper Schmeichel.  What a night for Pogba; he wore the captain's arm band, had a good game and scored the 1st goal of the season!! 2. THE WORLD CUP IS OVER. On the other end of the pitch, our own David 'Osinachi' De Gea put his world cup misery behind him where he made only one save out of 12 shots fired at him. He picked up from where he lef

Confirmed Manchester United Starting XI vs Leicester City

Jose 'Uchenna' Mourinho has chosen his team to 'cut the ribbon' of the 2018/2019 season, featuring the world cup winner Paul 'Ikenna' Pogba!! Opinion Poll: Predict the scoreline for this 'opening ceremony'.


The English Premier league is back and Manchester United has been chosen to 'cut the ribbon' with an opening day 'TGIF' clash with Leicester City. Here's all you need to know about this season opener.                         MATCH INFO Date:  Friday 10th August 2018 Kick-off: 19.00 GMT (8pm Naija time) Venue: Old Trafford Competition: English Premier league Previous Premier league clashes : Total= 24; Manchester United wins= 15; Leicester city Wins= 2; Draws=7; Same fixture last season: Ended 2-0 with goals from Marcus 'Rashidi-Yekini' and Oga Fela Center Referee: Andre Marriner                                  Did You Know? 1. The last time Manchester United and Leicester City met on opening match day was 1998. It ended 2-2 after Teddy Sheringham and Beckham rescued United from a 2-goal deficit. 2. Manchester United have won more opening day fixtures than any other side in Premier league history....Chief

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